For all of us Frame users out there who must suffer through Word every now and then (and for all you Word gurus and guruesses, whom I admire heavily for keeping your sanity) - in Framemaker, we can permanently have a graphic placed on a page every time we use a particular paragraph style. For example, every time I use the Heading1 style in my templates, I have a graphic called Heading1Line that is always placed beneath the text of the tag (through the Advanced Paragraph Properties/Reference page function in FM.) Is there a way to do this in Word?
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